Defeat at Tottenham Hotspur’s headquarters made Inter Milan threatened to fail to qualify for the last 16 of the European Champions League this season. This fact is disappointing them, but La Beneamata must forget and focus on the next matches, including the Italian Serie A match against the capital city, AS Roma, this weekend. The super big match will take place next Monday morning, December 3, 2018 at Stadio Olimpico, Rome.
Just like Inter Milan, AS Roma also just swallowed a loss in continued European Champions League 5th matchdays of the group phase against Real Madrid. Ironically, for AS Roma, the defeat took place at home with a final score of 0-2. Unlike Inter Milan, AS Roma still managed to step into the last 16 of this annual tournament after collecting 9 points from 5 matches, or 5 points ahead of the 3rd place. Therefore, Gialorossi can fully focus on the Italian Serie A party, because it will not be easy against Inter Milan. Especially in the standings, Roma are ranked 7th, just 3 points behind the top 5.
While, Inter Milan, in the Serie A standings, Italy is currently ranked 3rd, behind one from Napoli who are in the 2nd place, and 9 points behind Juventus. In their last five matches, Luciano Spalletti’s squad packed 2 wins and swept 2 defeats among them.
Head to head Matches – AS Roma vs. Inter Milan:
22.01.18 Inter 1 – 1 AS Roma
27.08.17 AS Roma 1 – 3 Inter
27.02.17 Inter 1 – 3 AS Roma
03.10.16 AS Roma 2 – 1 Inter
20.03.16 AS Roma 1 – 1 Inter
AS Roma’s Last 5 Matches:
28.11.18 AS Roma 0-2 Real Madrid
24.11.18 Udinese 1 – 0 AS Roma
11.11.18 AS Roma 4 – 1 Sampdoria
11.11.18 CSKA Moscow 1 – 2 AS Roma
04.11.18 Fiorentina 1 – 1 AS Roma
Inter Milan’s Last 5 Matches:
25.11.18 Inter 3 – 0 Frosinone
11.11.18 Atalanta 4 – 1 Inter
07.11.18 Inter 1 – 1 Barcelona
03.11.18 Inter 5 – 0 Genoa
30.10.18 Lazio 0 – 3 Inter
AS Roma: Antonio Mirante, Federico Fazio, Aleksandar Kolarov, Konstantinos Manolas, Juan Jesus, Stephan El Shaarawy, Kevin Strootman, Cengiz Under, Diego Perotti, Edin Dzeko, Patrick Schick.
Inter Milan: Samir Handanovic, Stefan de Vrij, Milan Skriniar, Andrea Ranocchia, Danilo D’Ambrosio, Antonio Candreva, Roberto Gagliardini, Matias Vecino, Ivan Perisic, Radja Nainggolan, Mauro Icardi.